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a barrage of bullets hits her squad car. they say they didn't see it coming. >>> i'm harris faulkner. we begin tonight with syria and the civil war that's claimed more than 70,000 lives and made a million refugees and shown instability in an area already volatile. right next door, our friend and ally israel. new developments. israel playing a much more active role now in trying to protect itself from the chaos over the border. we can show you what is believed to be second israeli air strike this three days, hitting targets inside syria, this time prompting a series of powerful explosions in and around the capitol city, da mas damascus. tremendous blow and country discussion there. what you were watching reportedly recorded by syrian activists. we've been told a rough translation of what they were saying is oh, my god, explosions in damascus. we cannot independently verify this video, however. israel does not confirm the sort of thing explicitly. but the syrian government blames israel, and there's more. this video from a hezbollah-run station, claiming to show aftermath of the strike. th
. >> and prince harry pays respects for service members killed in the line of duty. >> he visited the white house and the capitol building. >> i find him an attractive young man. >> a very steady stream of fliks coming out. >>> whole foods recalling a vegan chicken salad and chicken salad after the two were mixed up. >> how come that doesn't affect him. >> that's a stupid question. >> i fell asleep when i woke up. >> all that matters. >> the final piece of the spire is now at the top of 1 world trade center 41 piece symbolic 1,776 feet. >> this sunday is mother's day, if you are just realizing that now, are you in a lot of trouble. >> talks too much. and. >> she is dressing like this. >> yeah. >> this morning's eye opener presented by prudential. >> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning norah. a bit of a cold. one more time you will have to carry me. >> you sound sort of sexy. that's why i wore this crazy dress to brighten you up. >> we begin with a good story, an amazing rescue in bangladesh. a survivor pulled from the rubble of a factory that collapsed 17 days a
national attention, sanford received political redemption. alison? >> thanks, paul. >>> prince harry is at the warrior games in colorado today. also talking to wounded service members. we'll go live to colorado springs, just ahead. so...how'd it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work. [ pizza dodging man's mouth ] ♪ ♪ [ camera shutter clicks ] [ male announcer ] fight pepperoni heartburn and pepperoni breath fast with tums freshers. concentrated relief that goes to work in seconds and freshens breath. ♪ tum...tum...tum... tum...tums! ♪ tums freshers. fast heartburn relief and minty fresh breath. >>> prince harry is in colorado today attending the warrior games. the event features wounded veterans and athletic competition. the third in line to the british crown is in the military himself.
and bianna. >>> prince harry is waking up in the mountain time zone. here he is at a cocktail party in colorado. last time he was in this part of the world it got wild. there was that lost weekend in vegas but this time around things are very different and abc's lama hasan usually in london is on this side of the pond covering the story. >> yes, good morning to you. great to see you. it's a treat to be here so thank you for having me. >>> day three on the prince's tour in denver, colorado. all eyes have been on harry to see what he gets up to and if he misbehaves i can safely say apart from unleashing the charm, it's been all business. prince harry's tour of america headed out west, his latest stop, denver, colorado. his royal highness charmed the crowd of politicians, ceos and dignitaries. one congressman even teased him about his way with the ladies. one very special lady, missy franklin got an extraordinary 18th birthday treat as the prince joined in a sing-a-long, everyone to wish her a happy birthday. ♪ happy birthday to you >> meeting prince harry on my 18th birthday made it
right, ginger, we'll see you a little bit later. >>> prince harry is waking up in the mountain time zone this morning. here he is at a cocktail parove. last time he was in this part of the world, you may remember, it got a bit wild. there was that lost weekend in vegas, but this time around things are very different, and abc's lama hasan, usually in london, is on this side of the pond covering the story. >> yes, good morning to you. >> great to see you. >> great to see you too. it's a treat to be here so thank you for having me. well, day three on the prince's u.s. tour, and he's in denver, colorado, today. since he's kicked off his trip, all eyes have been on harry to see what he gets up to and if he misbehaves. well, i can safely say apart from unleashing that unbridled british charm, it's been all business. prince harry's tour of america headed out west last night. his latest stop, denver, colorado. his royal highness charmed the crowd of politicians, ceos and dignitaries. one congressman even teased him about his way with the ladies. one very special lady, four-time olympic gold meda
to cost them. that's something the nra in past has been successful add. until reisn'tly, he is not harry reid, endorsed for reelection and endorsed in 2004 and the same year he did not support extending the assault weapons ban and the nra didn't enforce him in 2010, still had a b rating from them. a major political power because they've been able to hold sway over moderate red and purple state democrats like harry reid. but as nt ra becomes more and more clearly a partisan right wing organization it loses sway over not only harry reids but moderate republicans taking hits for towing the increasingly unpopular nra line. people are recognizing that the nra is not a nonpartisan organization. is a creature of the american political right, interested in victories by the american political right. it grows out of the culture of the american political right and embraces fringe margins of the american political right. if you want tangible evidence of that, just look at who is speaking at tonight's conference. rick perry, ted cruz, john bolton, seriously, rick santorum, paul ryan, sarah palin, sco
. and for that, as always, it's mr. ron claiborne. good morning, sir. >> good morning, mr. dan harris and bianna golodryga. good morning, america. >>> we begin with that routine traffic stop that turned into a deadly shootout. police in ohio have released this disturbing dash cam video from back in march showing a man jumping out of his car and opening fire on a pair of police officers firing 37 shots from an assault rifle. the officers fired back killing the man, and they've suffered minor injuries. investigators still don't know why that man did it. >>> and the fate of the sandy hook elementary school is still undecided. a task force in newtown, connecticut, failed to agree on a plan for the school where 26 children and adults were killed back in december. the group is expected to decide last night whether to renovate it, demolish it or build a new school or build a new school in another site. they meet again this coming friday. >>> and rescue workers in the central asian country of kyrgyzstan discovered or recovered the bodies of two american crew members when a u.s. military plane crashed fr
southbound and traffic is light so far. leyla gulen will have traffic coming up for you. >> prince harry is kicking off day two of the seven day trip to the united states paying respects to fallen service member. the 28-year-old arrived in washington, dc, yesterday, and received a warm welcome from the first lady and senator john mccain. in an hour, the young prince who has served two tours in afghanistan as a member of the british army is scheduled to visit arlington national cemetery. he will lay a wreath at tomb of the unknown before visiting wounded troops at walter reed medical center. >> it is a special weekend for moms. we will be nice to them. will the weather cooperate? >> it sounds like, mike has a nice forecast. >> absolutely. you will take mom out, maybe picnic or something she will enjoy the weather. if you want cool weather go to the coast, or remain what weather hang around the bay, hot weather, go inland. downtown this morning, the embarcarderost, still have high tree pollen but ragweed is low and mold is low and grass is moderate, so the same as yesterday. now, around th
ordered those changes. we will look at the political fallout of all this next. plus, prince harry continuing his visit in our nation's capitol paying his respects to the fallen heroes at arlington national cemetery. more on the royal trip coming up. ♪ [playing of taps ] jon: right now new reporting reveals there where are 12 difference versions of the official administration talking points on the benghazi terror attacks, revisions. the report from abc newsletters says the state department played a big role in the changes that were made, including dropped references to terrorism. of course it was a terror attack last september 11th that took the lives of four americans, including our ambassador. paul gentleman go is editorial page editor at the "wall street journal." so, victoria newland at the state department obviously had a significant role in changing the original talking points, shortening them and saying essentially, why do we want to give ammunition to congress in referring to terrorism here? >> that's very clear from the emails that that is the case. and i think this is i
attorney with experience in terrorism cases. >> all that and prince harry is expected to arrive today in washington, d.c. >> secretary of state john kerry taking ribbing from john mccain. >> [ bleep ]ing job. >> and all that matters. >> a secret service agent caught up in the prostitution scandal tells why he deserves his job back. >> the primary reason for me to talk to you today is to make it clear we have been denied due process. >> on "cbs this morning." >> justin bieber pulled over in dubai for speeding while driving a white lamborghini. >> apparently he didn't realize there were laws in dubai making illegal for women to drive. >> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning norah. >> good morning, charlie. new developments out of cleveland. another story we'll begin with. >> john miller is here and we begin with the report you will only see on "cbs this morning." may be the largest bank robbery in history. a crime ring accused of stealing $45 million from financial institutions around the world. >> they weren't wearing masks or waving guns. they used computers. joh
in the american river. 23-year-old christopher hair was -- harris was found 9:30 last night. harris tried swimming across an inlet without a life jacket. according to witnesses he was halfway across when he started having difficulty. he disappeared in an area that's nearly 20 feet deep and crews say the thick silt at the bottom also made the search difficult. it took them hours or four hours to find his body. >>> referee in utah has died after being punched by a 17-year-old soccer player. 46-year-old ricardo was attacked during a game last weekend. police say a 17-year-old player in a recreational league punched him in the face after he made a call that angered the teenager. police say he slipped into a coma and never regained consciousness. >> it's not fair. he was a loved person. everybody loved him. >> the 17-year-old is being held at a juvenile detention center on suspicion of aggravated assault. police say he could face additional charges. >>> there is a new development in connection to the boston bombing case app friend of one of the suspects who was arrested last week is asking a judge to r
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prince harry is having a heck of a time. martha: yeah. bill: first full day in the u.s. with a tribute to our nation's fallen heroes live at arlington national cemetery only minutes away. ♪ bill: there are some unbelievable pictures. broad daylight, diesel tanker overturns on a major interstate. that fire causing numerous explosions. look at that thing burn. the investigators say the driver was able to get out. minor injuries. harrisburg, pennsylvania. that road will be closed at least for several days. and on she burns. martha: we are following a developing situation where the international space station right now. nasa says there is a leak. the iss commander calling the situation serious but not life-threatening. here are some context on the iss so you can visualize what is going on up there. it orbits about 200 miles above the earth. it travels at 17,500 miles-an-hour, making one full orbit every hour and a half around the earth. finally the international space station spans the area, it is very large, folks. bigger than a football field including the end zones. jonathan serrie is
harry, kicking off his week-long u.s. visit. he met with officials from a charity that deals with land mines, a cause that was close to his mother's heart. he later stopped by the white house for afternoon tea with the first lady and dr. jill biden at a ceremony honoring military moms and wives. tomorrow he visits arlington. next week he will survey hurricane sandy damage on the new jersey shore. >>> still ahead for us tonight, something that might explain exactly why weight loss is such a struggle for millions of americans. >>> and later, as the world turns, our first look at some stunning views from above. the dramatic changes we have watched happen to our planet. >>> with two-thirds of americans either officially overweight or obese, weight loss with a big issue, a major struggle for millions. now it turns out there may be a genetic reason for that, what some are lightly calling the couch potato gene. our chief medical editor, dr. nancy snyderman, has our report. >> reporter: ariella jackson has a love-hate relationship with exercise. >> i don't want to get up. i don't want to exerc
harry served twice in afghanistan. the prince is on a week long tour of the u.s.. >> up next a desperate rescue effort. workers saved a young boy who fell into this well. >> she's a 16-year-old swimming phenom without legs or an arm. that is not even her biggest achievement. >> i'm taking your questions on twitter and facebook. you can contact me on facebook.com and on twitter at m finney. i'll answer your questions here later. >> from our camera looking at western sky, lots of blue and low clouds. >> taking a look at traffic right now in berkeley f this is your route be prepared to wait a bit. our camera here looking towards berkeley. stay with us. rpev >>> a 3-year-old safe after falling into a well in northwestern chin yachl the hole only about 10 inches wide. rescuers tried everything to get him out. they attempted to lower a firefighter, then try aid child but that failed. they dropped a mirror into the well to reflect light so the boy could see the rope and there, you can see he was able to pull himself up. and he held on. aside from being bruised he was not seriously hurt. >> rema
diana who was only 36 when she died, 30 is an important age. it's when princes william and harry gain full access to their inheritance. her personal mementos that have been in safekeeping with her brother will transfer to her sons. >> reporter: diana's letters, tiaras, photos, the jewels that wowed the world when she work them, also her splendid dresses, so much a part of her public memory. all of these things that diana saved and held dear have been housed since her death at the althorp, the magnificent country estate where she spent much of her childhood and where she's buried. >> my grandfather was here and he was terrified. then eventually he became more comfortable here. >> reporter: he showed us the memorial he's made and their home last summer. >> did you run around here? >> yes. on the staircase behind you, if you put a tray you can get speed up as a child. i think i was the 18th generation of child that wore that out. >> reporter: didn't you break things that were valuable? >> we didn't then. my grandfather would have killed us. >> reporter: charles established a traveling tr
? >> yeah. they were very good to allow me an amendment and the reason they did is because harry denied me an amendment on the gun bill on one that would have passed an actually solved the problem which he promised to give me. so i think, you know, the fact is we ought to be worried about making sure that people who shouldn't have guns, people on the do not buy list don't get them, rather than restricting people who are good, great citizens from carrying out their own responsibilities and expressing their second amendment rights. so i'll eventually get this amendment. took me two times to get the parks and the forest service and i'll eventually get it and what i'll do is publicize every rape that goes on corps land and say a good portion of them wouldn't happened if we would have passed this amendment and we will eventually get there. >> on the hill a lot of people talking about the ben ghazi hearings yesterday. what is your state from what you learned from the state department official? >> i think the state department has real trouble. having sit on the intelligence committee and seen the
a base hit. gets past harris. dodgers up 1-0. zito out in five innings. kershaw took a no-no into the sixth. marco scutaro would take care of that. long drive to triples alley. buster posey follows up in the sixth with an rbi double. the exact same spot actually but would tie it up one a piece. bottom of the ninth buster ends it. good night, game over, drive home safely on orange friday. giants victorious, 2-1. the a's starting a ten-game road trip facing vallejo's own c.c. sabathia. in the bronx. first pitch of the game out of here. adam, deep to the left. his first homer of the season. a's up 1-zip in a flash. derek norris lays as single to left. 2-0, athletics. a.j. griffin, strong outing, struck out four. grant balfour strikes out nunez. a's victorious, 2-0. >> after all of the hype, floyd mayweather junior and robert guerrero will step into the ring in las vegas. here's the hype, floyd is guaranteed $32 million for this bout. he could make more. the official weigh-in and the stare down yesterday afternoon. the ghost listed as much as a ten-to-one underdog. he doesn't
harry began a u.s. tour today with a surprise visit a the white house. he talked to children as they created cards for mother's day. he is here for 7 days. his other stops include the arlington national cemetery and the warriors game. >>> electronic arts layed off 900 employees. they say that is 10% of the work force. all of this comes days after they reported weaker than expected earnings. ea is trying to achieve a 20% operating margin. >> an america's cup sailor died on the san francisco bay. we continue our coverage with a look at the accident as well as the rescue effort. >> a member of the so-called billionaire boy's club, contradicted of murdering his father but now police are looking for him again. what we uncovered. ./ú =/v8s >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >>> a deadly crash on san francisco bay claims the life of a british olympicing medalist. the safety -- olympic medalist. the safety of the america's cup. >>> i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> it is not the first time a catamaran caps
bags county-wide. and the >> happening now, prince harry is kicking off day two of the seven day trip to the united states by paying respects to fallen service member. the young royal is visiting arlington national cemetery. you can see him behind the tree wearing a beret. the prince will go to the tomb of the unknown to lay a wreath. he served two tours in afghanistan as a member of the british army and scheduled to visit wounded troops at walter reed medical center today. >> not going anywhere near las vegas. >> are you going near the clouds this morning? hard to avoid it, right? >> they are not quite to the east bay valley but making a push that way with clouds in concord where it was clear last hour. here is a look from mount tamalpais at 2,600'. because it is compressd there is more moisture in the smaller area so there is mist. >> trees are high amounts but grass and mold zones are low. palm springs is 97. and headed up to tahoe, a last day of thunderstorms are possible today and we will have sunshine and mid-70's. headed to los angeles, we will have a lot of cloud cover today b
and bloomberg business report. >> prince harry in america with a solemn tribute he made t >> covering benicia, san ramon, san mateo, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> in southern california, authorities in rural los angeles county have taken several dogs into custody that could include the pit bulls that attacked and killed a jogger yesterday morning in a high debt either community 65 miles northeast of los angeles. authorities served a search warrant and took eight dogs, six were pit bulls. four were detained and a man was arrested for marijuana grow inside the house. it is possible charges for the dog attack could come later. ain the bay area, san jose police have to wait to get a ruling on the first open arbitration hearing that wrap up yesterday with city managers and police officers union agreeing that the officers deserve a raise. how much? police want to get become the 10 percent pay cut they agreed to in 2010 plus a 3 percent race over two years. a retired judge serve as arbitrator will have a decision in june. >> the warriors play game three tonight at home against the spur
to create prince william and harry's nurseries. three decades later william and his wife kate are making plans for their babies royal room. cameras have spotted kate baby shopping nearby and experts say whatever she buys will spark trends around the world. lucy mcdonald for cbs news, london. >> no word yet on whether the duke and dutchess of cambridge are having a boy or girl but loyal subjects are placing thousands of bets and possible names, two of the favorites are phillip and alexandra. >>> counting down to race day, the eastbay event that is raising big cash for school sports, next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, race day in the east bay. t pleasanton half-marathon starts tom >>> fans are getting ready for race day in the eastbay. the pleasanton half marathon starts tomorrow at 7:00 and with our mobile weather kpix5 roberta gonzalez explains how it helps school sports. >> reporter: we're here at downtown pleasanton, off main street because its been one of the hottest towns all week long and it's certainly going to be one of the hottest towns this weekend not so much because of the companies but bec
and nationalities, it is clearly established. his contribution to the tibetan cause is appreciated. host: harry in pennsylvania, republican caller. caller: good morning. please excuse my ignorance because i am not really sure of the history of your country. however, understanding that the maori are next your country, i would like to know why they did that. second, you are living in exile. where do you live now? is your country recognized by the united nations? guest: i think tibet was invaded and occupied partly because of the territory. 1/5 of china. huge territory. partly because of the minerals we have and the water resources we have. china essentially has monopolized it, which is important for civil and military technology. rare earths are used in everything from tablets to the phones. bigt: they have found a reserve of rare earth, a finer rare earth, in tibet. with all the minerals that tibetans have and the water sources tibetans have, there plenty of reasons why they want to occupy. one of the reasons is also, china is called the middle kingdom. the middle kingdom, the people in the mid
? knife fight or coverup? >> coverup. >> harry. >> bureaucratic knife fight or coverup? >> a knife fight and a terribly pathetic xanl rated witchhunt that moved from barack obama who now has been re-eleblged to hillary clinton and today, this is important, i hope you tell them, today. >> red card, yellow card. >> the end zone. >> i got to tell you, larry, today the republican party is running new online fundraising on benghaziment we have americans dead and they're politicizing it, raising money for it. it's wrong. it's politicizing. it comes from the republicans. they changed the story 15 times. >> and the irs together. that is leak you clike you can serious allegations. now, we've talked a lot on this program about how fracking has proud an oil boom here in the u.s. do you now how much of a surge this is for the economy as a whole? it's the backbone of the economy, a tremendous job creator. it's even financing state and energy independence. on its way, we will talk to an expert and get an idea of what it will do for stocks as well. that's next. please stay with us. "the kudlow report."
are living through these experiences. so, we've got mark harris in atlanta who's connected to an organization, occupy our homes atlanta, which is a manifestation from the occupy movement. he's a veteran, has been evicted from his home and is fighting, cannot find affordable housing in the city of atlanta to be able to stay. and so, telling his story puts an actual human being behind the idea. it allows people to see him, to see roline burgison, who's another one of our members from providence, rhode island, who is paying 70 percent of her income to rent. so, what are the choices that she has to make around the quality of food that she's able to put on the food for her children, where she can send her kids to school, if she can send her kids to school. how she's able to get back and forth to work. knowing these people, understanding them, is the best way to be able to make those linkages. >> madeline janis: i think what it takes to win is all of these elements together. >> rachel laforest: that's right. >> madeline janis: and we have to be really thoughtful and we have to recognize that it's a
if you win, i would prefer to see harry reid vote that to a floor for a so people could vote against it. i think they've punk on that issue and i will leave that alone. maybe i shouldn't say that but i think i just did. here is the point. the democratsk overreached on gun-control, what would be the overreach on emigration? >> at this point, i don't believe they are in a danger of overreaching. we don't know the substance yet. there are intense negotiations going on. there is a deal in the deal is not there. i am in a wait-and-see point of view. we know what we want. we want a fair and functional of theation for as many undocumented population as we can get the votes for. had immigration reform on enforcement for 10 years now. strengthening enforcement at the border, they spend $18 billion a year on immigration enforcement. emigration is down by 70%. the fbi certifies the border is secure. that part of the equation is pretty much done. does need morees workers. the guest worker agreement between the chamber of commerce and labor that was announced seems to be pretty calibrated. it is sma
that harry connick jr. was one of your mentors, what did you learn from him. >> i learned from harry that you should know the meanings of song. >> as you get a chance to stop and look back at the last year of your life, how has it changed you. >> this time last year, i was working at a day care, changing diapers and like now i'm singing for the world. i'm in new york, i vrnt been here since i was 11. i mean, like, i'm really enjoying going everywhere. >> what is the next move? are you going to look for a record deal? >> you know what, not only do i want to sing, i want to act and model. >> all sounds very familiar, vanessa. >> you got to study. you know, obviously, harry gave you some advice about knowing the lyrics that you're going to sing, because you have to bring those words to life with the meaning. you got to do it you're willing to take the big step and go to school, educate. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i can see by the look on your face when you walked in and saw vanessa, a pretty good role model. >>> coming up next -- hot headlines from hollywood, right after this. yes! yes!!!! i'm accepte
. in the harry oakes case in which the former king of england was involved, they actually did take a class, the person they wanted to frame grabbed the glass and then entered it into evidence. by the time the trial came out this was revealed. but very few instances of actually framing. i find instances where a suicide, at it surreptitiously arranged murder. >> a crime scene where the criminal staged the crime scene, but also crime scenes where the police have examined the crime scene and decided that it was staged, just simply on the basis of looking at it, there's something about it that says, ooh, this isn't right in the macdonald case, it was a flower pot and a coffee table. these two physical objects seemed to just radiate the fact that this man had lied. coffee table it turned out was knocked over by one of the mp investigators. the coffee table, but how do you know if you walk into a room, whether the room has been staged to look in a certain way so you'll come to some conclusion? maybe this is staged. it's possible. how do you know whether something is staged or not? >> a descriptio
, the day nazi germany surrendered unconditionally to the allies. on thursday prince harry begins a six-day trip to the united states. his first visit here since photos of him partying naked in las vegas emerged last august. on friday the finance ministers and central bank governors of the g-7 economic powers begin a two-day meeting. and saturday sees the opening of the 2013 warrior games. open to wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans. back to more immediate future and bob scheiffer in washington. for a look at what's coming up on "face the nation." good morning, boone. >> schieffer: good morning, charles. we'll have startling new disclosures about what really happened that night in benghazi when four americans were killed and was there a cover-up to prevent criticism that the state department was not doing enough? to protect its own people? >> osgood: thank you, bob scheiffer. we'll be watching. next week here on sunday morning, double bill. actor sidney poitier and tom hanks on broadway. and you can make them even more special... with fancy feast mornings. mornings are
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